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CIRCUIT EXPLANATIONS

10-2-1 Printed Circuit Board Explanations (1) Outline of Electrical System Fig. 10-2-1 shows a block diagram of the electrical system of the 717 automatic analyzer. The electrical system consists roughly of the components shown below, and its layout is illustrated in Fig. 10-2-2. CPU UNIT ............................................. Controls all interfaces, processes data, and communicates with host computer CONTROL UNIT ................................... Controls all mechanisms of 717 AC SOLID STATE RELAY ..................... Drives AC motors and solenoid valves TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER .......... Controls reaction bath temperature LOG AMPLIFIER ................................... Log conversion and amplification of photometer signal POWER FAIL DETECTOR.................... Detects AC line voltage down or blackout I/O DEVICES ......................................... Printer Floppy disk drives Operation panel CRT display DC POWER UNIT

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10 - 3 Fig. 10-2-1 Block Diagram of 717 Automatic Analyzer

10 - 4 Fig. 10-2-2 Printed Circuit Board Layout

10-2-2 CPU Unit (1) Outline This unit consists of a CPU serving as the center of control, various interfaces and A/D converters. It controls the entire 717 analyzer, processes data and communicates with host computer. The CPU unit is made up of the following printed circuit boards which are arranged in a rack. FSBC 717 EXTMEM 717 (for FSBC) S.I/F APU2 TRIADCP 717 MOTHER 717

The function of each circuit board is described in the following section. (2) FSBC 717 Printed Circuit Board (Single board computer with floppy disk controller) This board is the main CPU board of 717, and has some interfaces. CPU .... 68A09 : Clock 1 MHz ROM ... 8 k bytes : (2764 X 1) (for IPL) RAM ... 256 k bytes : (50464 X 8) (for 717 program and data) Other Functions CRT controller Floppy disk controller Real time clock (battery back-up) Keyboard I/F controller PIA (parallel I/F) Printer controller (single chip CPU) Programmable timer A/D converter (1 ch, for incubation bath temperature monitor)

Fig. 10-2-3 shows the block diagram of FSBC, and details of functions and location of ICs are described in Fig. 10-2-4.

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The 6809 CPU has originally a main memory of up to 64 k bytes. However, FSBC is capable of accessing up to 1 M bytes due to use of a memory changeover system. Fig. 10-2-5 shows this memory extension system. Four lines A12 through A15 of the CPU address are expanded to 8 lines EA12 through EA20 via the conversion memory as shown in Fig. 10-2-5. According to control signal from CPU, the conversion memory is switched over via the memory selection latch so as to enable accessing up to 1 M bytes.

Fig. 10-2-5 Address Extension System in FSBC 717

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EXTMEM 717 Printed Circuit Board (extension memory for FSBC) This board is an extension memory for FSBC, and is mounted on FSBC. RAM ... Dynamic RAM 512 k bytes (50256 X 16) CMOS RAM 192 k bytes (62256 X 6, battery backed up) Fig. 10-2-6 shows the block diagram of this board, and Fig. 10-2-7 shows the IC location of this board.

Fig. 10-2-6 Block Diagram of EXTMEM 717

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704 Dynamic RAM CMOS RAM 512 k bytes 64 k bytes

717 512 k bytes 192 k bytes

Fig. 10-2-7 Configuration of EXTMEM 717

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(4) S.I/F APU Printed Circuit Board This board has 2 ch S.I/F. (No Data Buffers), 1 ch S.I/F (With Data Buffer), APU, DC Power Fail Detector and Printer Buffer. (a) 2 ch S.I/F (No Data Buffers) 1) HX-20 2) Bar-Code-Reader 1 ch S.I/F (With Data Buffer) This is used for host communication. It has 512 K bytes FIFO X 2 and controlled by single chip CPU. APU This is Arithmetic Processing Unit. (For floating point calculation) DC Power Fail Detector This is a detector for DC + 12 V (LAMP), +12 V (CRT, FD), + 24 V and 15 V power fail. Printer Buffer

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TRIADCP 717 Printed Circuit Board This board contains 3 ch A/D converter, I/O bus I/F circuit for mechanism control, and 20 bit mode selecting switches. (a) 3 ch A/D Converter This is a dual slope type A/D converter consisting of a hybrid IC and a gate-array digital IC. The number of conversion bits is 16. It is expandable up to 24 bits. The Model 717 uses 2 ch of A/D converter for the photometer. Conversion bits are 15 bits and 1 bit is used for overflow. (b) I/O Bus I/F (low speed bus interface for mechanism control) This is an exclusive interface circuit for mechanism control. It has input and output lines consisting of 8 bit data/address lines and 8 bit control lines. These lines are connected to the control printed circuit board in order to interface control signals from CPU. Fig. 10-2-9 shows the block diagram of this board, and Fig. 10-2-10 shows the configuration of this board.

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MOTHER 717 This board is installed in the CPU rack and connects FSBC 5, S.I/F APU 2, TRIADCP 717, MCONT 1, MCONT 2 and ISECONT printed circuit boards with each other.

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10 - 14 Fig. 10-2-9 Block Diagram of TRIADCP 717

10 - 15 Fig. 10-2-10 Configuration of TRIADCP 717

10-2-3 Control Unit (1) Outline This unit controls various mechanisms according to the instructions from the CPU and comprises the following printed circuit boards. These boards are arranged in a PCB rack and PMD rack. MCONT 1 MCONT 2 ISECONT PM DRIVER 1 PM DRIVER 2

MOTHER 717

PM rack

The function of each printed circuit board is described below. (2) MCONT 1, MCONT 2 Printed Circuit Board This board controls various I/Os, and consists of 8 single chip micro-computers, D/I, D/O circuits and I/O bus interface. MCONT 1 and MCONT 2 are compatible. Single Chip CPUs These single chip micro-computers are used for stepping motor controllers and motor controller. Functions of these CPUs depend on internal program. In 717, 3 types of single chip CPUs are used. APCNT (Advanced Stepping Motor Controller) APCNT is a high performance stepping motor controller which has slow up/down capability. This controller can count the sensor input signals and stop the stepping motor by the number of input pulses. SMCNT (Dual & Constant Speed Stepping Motor Controller) This is a stepping motor controller which has 2 stepping motor drive outputs. Only constant speed is allowed. And this controller has 6 input lines which can be used for stepping motor stop signal input. MTCNT (Motor Controller) This controller has 8 interruption input lines and the same number of outputs. They can be used as independent inputs and outputs or as stop interruption signals corresponding to each output. D/O Circuit This circuit is TTL level ON/OFF output circuit, and is composed of latches and buffers. D/I Circuit This circuit is TTL level status input circuit, and is composed of tri-stage gates.

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Inputs and outputs of the MCONT 1 and MCONT 2 printed circuit boards correspond to various mechanisms as listed below. Fig. 10-2-11 is the block diagram of this board, and Fig. 10-2-12 shows its configuration.

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Table 10-2-1
Control I/O APCNT 1-1 (ICJ14) APCNT 1-2 (ICJ12) APCNT 1-3 (ICJ11) MCNT 1 APCNT 1-4 (ICJ9) APCNT 1-5 (ICJ6) SMCNT 1-1 (ICJ7) Use Up/down movement of serum sampling Rotation of serum sampling Rotation of reaction disk Rotation of sample disk Rotation of reagent 1 disk Serum syringe Back and forth movement of stirrer SMCNT 1-2 (ICJ5) MTCNT 1-1 (ICJ3) APCNT 2-1 (ICJ14) APCNT 2-2 (ICJ12) APCNT 2-3 (ICJ11) APCNT 2-4 (ICJ9) MCNT 2 APCNT 2-5 (ICJ6) SMCNT 2-1 (ICJ7) (Not used) Up/down movement of rinse Up/down movement of reagent 1 sampling Rotation of reagent 1 sampling Up/down movement of reagent 2 sampling Rotation of reagent 2 sampling Rotation of reagent 2 disk Reagent 1 syringe Reagent 2 syringe SMCNT 2-2 (ICJ5) MTCNT 2-1 (ICJ3) D/Os (ICH3, ICH6) (IS syringe) Various pumps Various solenoid valves Rotation of R1 and R2 stirrer rods Reaction bath temperature signal MPX select MCNT 1 D/Is (ICG4) MCNT 2 Various level detections (Reaction bath water, Waste tank liquid, Vacuum tank water, Distilled water, Cold water) Abnormal temperature detection (PCB rack, PMD1 radiator, PMD2 radiator) Breaker ON detection Fuse alarm detection

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Fig. 10-2-12 Configuration of MCNT 1 (MCNT 2) MDI (Waveform Shaping Comparator Module) This module shapes the waveform of input signal from photointerrupters or other sensors. Each module comprises 8 waveform shaping circuits in Fig. 10-2-13.

<1/8 of MDI Module> Fig. 10-2-13 MDI Module Circuit 10 - 19

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PM DRIVER 1 Printed circuit board This board has five drive circuits which drive the stepping motors according to the signals from MCONT 1 printed circuit board. Fig. 10-2-15 shows its configuration. One 2.0 A fuse is set in +24 V input line for driving module of stepping motor on each module. In case of burnt FUSE, LED is off for an indication. Listed below are driving circuits and stepping motors driven by these circuits. Details of each driving circuit are described next to the list. Table 10-2-2
Stepping Motor Driving Module No. MOD 1-1 MOD 1-2 MOD 1-3 MOD 1-4 MOD 1-5 Use

Up/down movement of serum sampling Rotation of serum sampling Rotation of reaction disk Rotation of sample disk Rotation of reagent 1 disk

PM DRIVER This circuit is a stepping motor driver of constant current.

Fig. 10-2-14 PM Driver Circuit The pulse motor driving circuit is chopped at Q1 and Q2 at a frequency of 25 kHz. ON period of the transistors Q1 and Q2 is controlled according to feedback signal from R1 and R2 to maintain average current constant. The PM driver is used in the DIST 717 for the following purposes; rotation of reaction disk, sample disk and sampling arm, and up/down movement of sampling arm. 10 - 20

10 - 21 Fig. 10-2-15 Configuration of PM DRIVER 1

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PM DRIVER 2 Printed circuit board This PCB has five stepping motor driving circuits, same as PM DRIVER 1. This PCB drives stepping motor by the signal from MCONT 2. Fig. 10-2-16 shows its configuration. The list below shows correspondence between module and stepping motor. Table 10-2-3
Stepping Motor Driving Module No. MOD 2-1 MOD 2-2 MOD 2-3 MOD 2-4 MOD 2-5 Use

Up/down movement of reagent 1 sampling Rotation of reagent 1 sampling Up/down movement of reagent 2 sampling Rotation of reagent 2 sampling Rotation of reagent 2 disk

Output current of PM DRIVER 2 for stepping motor is different from PM DRIVER 1. Therefore, PM DRIVER 1 and PM DRIVER 2 are not exchangeable. Table 10-2-4 PM Driver Output Current
MOD No. 1 2 3 4 5 PM DRIVER 1 1.0 [A/<??16>] 0.54 [A/<??16>] 0.54 [A/<??16>] 0.77 [A/<??16>] 0.77 [A/<??16>] PM DRIVER 2 1.0 [A/<??16>] 0.54 [A/<??16>] 1.0 [A/<??16>] 0.54 [A/<??16>] 0.77 [A/<??16>]

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10 - 23 Fig. 10-2-16 Configuration of PM DRIVER 2

10-2-4 RELAY 2 Printed Circuit Board This board is composed of 18 AC solid-state relays, and controls AC motors, AC solenoid valves and pumps. These mechanisms are listed below. Table 10-2-5 SSRNo. Ry1 Ry2 Ry3 Ry4 Ry5 Ry6 Ry7 Ry8 Ry9 Ry10 Ry11 Ry12 Ry13 Ry14 Ry15 Ry16 Ry17 Ry18 Use Incubation bath heater Rinse mechanism up/down Rinse mechanism break Stirrer mechanism up/down Stirrer mechanism break Water supply pump Gear pump Solenoid valve 7 Vacuum pump Solenoid valve 8 Solenoid valve 30, 31, 33 Solenoid valve 9 Solenoid valve 20 Solenoid valve 21 Solenoid valve 52 Solenoid valve 32 Solenoid valve 16 Incubation water

Only Ry 1 is a 20 A SSR, and others are 3 A SSRs. Configuration of this board is illustrated in Fig. 10-2-17.

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Fig. 10-2-17 Configuration of RELAY 2

10-2-5 TEMP AMP Printed Circuit Board This board consists of 2 ch of preamplifier and constant current circuit, reference voltage for A/D calibration, reference voltage for 37, 30, 25C control, comparator, multiplexer and buffer amplifier. This board also has 5 V power fail detector and battery for CMOS RAMs and real time clock. One of temperature sensor inputs is for incubation bath temperature sensor, and the other is for ISE unit temperature sensor. Temperature sensor signals detected by Pt sensors are amplified in this board and A/D converted in FSBC. From these signals, this board controls the heater on/off so as to keep incubation bath temperature constant. Temperature signal output 0 V of this board corresponds to 0C, and 10 V to 40C. Fig. 10-2-18 is the block diagram of this board, and Fig. 10-2-19 shows its configuration.

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10 - 26 Fig. 10-2-18 Block Diagram of TEMP AMP

VR No. VR1 VR2 VR3 VR4 VR5 VR6 VR7 VR8 VR10 VR11 VR12 VR13 VR14 VR15 VR16 VR17 Incubation bath temperature adjustment (25C) Incubation bath temperature adjustment (30C) Incubation bath temperature adjustment (37C) Check 5 V DC power fail detect level adjustment

Function Reference voltage for A/D calibration (2 V) adjustment Reference voltage for A/D calibration (6 V) adjustment Incubation bath temperature pre-amp offset adjustment (coarse) Incubation bath temperature pre-amp offset adjustment (fine)

Incubation bath temperature pre-amp gain adjustment

Fig. 10-2-19 Configuration of TEMP AMP

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10-2-6 LOG AMP 717 Printed Circuit Board The LOGAMP 717 circuit board is configured as shown in Fig. 10-2-20 and Fig. 10-2-21. It consists of 12 log amplifiers corresponding to respective wavelengths, 2 multiplexers and 2/6 V reference voltages for A/D converter calibration. A simultaneous dual wavelength photometry is enabled by use of two multiplexers on this board and two A/D converters on the TRIADCP 717 circuit board.

Fig. 10-2-20 Block Diagram of LOGAMP 717

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Fig. 10-2-21 Configuration of LOGAMP 717 10 - 29

10-2-7 PFD 5 Printed Circuit Board This board detects about a 15 % AC line voltage drop or more than 18 msec of blackout, and sends the power fail signal to the CPU. This board consists of rectifier, comparator, photo-coupler for isolation and single-shot multivibrator. Fig. 10-2-22 is the block diagram of this board and Fig. 10-2-23 shows its configuration.

Fig. 10-2-22 Block Diagram of PFD 5

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Fig. 10-2-23 Configuration of PFD5

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10-2-8 DIST 717 Printed Circuit Board This PCB has the following functions; Drive circuit: To drive mechanism by control signal coming from MCONT PCB. Detect circuit for liquid level sensor. Distribution of signals.

For details of connectors, refer to the list below. Fig. 10-2-24 shows its configuration. Table 10-2-6
Connector No. J300 J301 J302 J303 J320 J321 J322 J323 J324 J325 J326 J327 J328 J329 J330 J331 J332 J333 J334 J335 J336 J340 Input/output of control signal Input/output of control signal Output for ISE DC power supply Various detection for reaction disk Various detection for sample disk Various detection for serum sampling Various detection for reagent 1 disk Various detection for reagent 1 sampling Various detection for reagent 2 disk Various detection for reagent 2 sampling Input signal of syringe (serum, reagent 1, reagent 2) Various detection for rinse mechanism Detection of stirrer Output for ISE syringe (sipper, dilution and I.S) Various detection for ISE Various detection for liquid level, degasser and vacuum pressure Input signal for various detection Output for rinse and stirrer mechanism DC power for tempamp Output for barcode reader (Optional) Use

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Fig. 10-2-24 Configuration of DIST 717 Liquid Level Detection Circuit The liquid level detection circuit is shown in Fig. 10-2-25. This circuit utilizes a fluid resistance. Input lines for serum pipettor and sample pipettor are protected from static electricity via the SP RO 3 printed circuit board.

Fig. 10-2-25 Liquid Level Detection Circuit 10 - 33

10-2-9 ACMCNT Printed Circuit Board This PCB is a brake circuit for AC motor of rinse and stirrer ASSY. This PCB makes a half-wave rectification on a reverse current for rotation from RELAY 2 PCB, and applies the brake to AC motor by sending that current. The time of braking is set by both C2 and R128 or both C1 and R125 in AC motor brake circuit on DIST 717 PCB. The parts used are shown below. Table 10-2-7
Parts of DIST 717 C1: 10 F Parts of RELAY 2 Ry 3 Ry 3 Ry 5 Ry 5 Parts of ACMCNT R1: 47 kohm D1, D2: U05G R2: 47 kohm D3, D4: U05G Use AC motor for rinse AC motor for stirrer

R126: 56 kohm C2: 10 F

R128: 56 kohm

Fig. 10-2-26 Configuration of ACMCNT

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10-2-10 S.AB Printed Circuit Board The purpose of this PCB is to reduce impulse noise incoming from AC 100 V. Fig. 10-2-27 shows the configuration of S.AB.

Fig. 10-2-27 Configuration of S.AB

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10-3 I/O Address Table Following tables show the I/O addresses for mechanism controllers in MCONT 1 and MCONT 2 printed circuit board. (NEG: falling edge of signal, POS: rising edge of signal, (DD): detect by dark, (DB): detect by bright) Table 10-3-1 (1/12)
C No. Address Pin No. $80 21 APCNT 1-1 81 22 MCONT 1 23 ICJ 14 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 APCNT 1-2 MCONT 1 ICJ 12 $82 83 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol LF LR L1 L2 IN/OUT Application IN Upper dead point IN Liquid level sensor IN IN I/O Logic POS NEG Delay 4 pulse Limiter for CW direction (DD) 4 pulse Limiter for CCW direction Remarks

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1 LF LR L1 L2

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN Power down signal 4 3 2 1 Serum sampling up/down stepping motor NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG 1-2 Phase Excitation

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Home position

NEG

Limiter for CW direction Limiter for CCW direction 6 pulse (DB)

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT Power down signal 4 3 2 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG

Serum sampling rotation stepping motor

1-2 Phase excitation

Table 10-3-1 (2/12)


IC No. APCNT 1-3 MCONT 1 ICJ 11 Address Pin No. $84 85 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 APCNT 1-4 MCONT 1 ICJ 9 $86 87 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 4 3 2 1 OUT OUT OUT OUT 4 3 Sample disk rotation stepping 2 motor 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG 1-2 Phase excitation POUT DIR HOLD OUT OUT OUT Power down signal 4 3 2 1 LF LR L1 L2 OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN 4 3 Reaction disk rotation stepping 2 motor 1 Home position Outside count Inside count NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG Limiter for CW direction 32 pulse Limiter for CCW direction (DB) 30 pulse (DB) 34 pulse (DB) 1-2 Phase excitation POUT DIR HOLD OUT OUT OUT Power down signal NEG Symbol LF LR L1 L2 IN/OUT IN IN IN IN Home position Cell count NEG NEG Application I/O Logic Delay Limiter for CW direction 39 pulse Limiter for CCW direction (DB) 21 pulse (DB) Remarks

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Table 10-3-1 (3/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. APCNT 1-5 $88 21 MCONT 1 ICJ 6 89 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol LF LR L1 L2 IN/OUT Application IN Home position IN IN In Count I/O Logic NEG NEG Delay 32 pulse Limiter for CW direction Limiter for CCW direction 30 pulse Remarks

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1 IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN Power down signal 4 3 Reagent 1 disk rotation stepping 2 motor 1 Stirrer cell side S. Syringe upper dead point Stirrer back/forth home S. Pipettor abnormal down NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG POS NEG NEG 40 msec 60 msec 40 msec 5 msec 1-2 Phase excitation

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SMCNT 1-1 MCONT 1 ICJ 7 $8A 8B

(DB) (DD) (DB) (DB)

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

1 2 Serum syringe up/down stepping 3 motor 4 1 2 Stirrer back/forth stepping motor 3 4 1-2 Phase excitation

NEG NEG NEG NEG 1-2 Phase excitation

Table 10-3-1 (4/12)


IC No. SMCNT 1-2 MCONT 1 ICJ 5 Address Pin No. $8C 8D 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 MTCNT 1-1 MCONT 1 ICJ 3 $8E 8F 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5 IREQ 6 IREQ 7 OUT 0 OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7 OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT +24 V ON +12 V (LAMP) ON NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG Rinse upper dead point Rinse lower dead point Stirrer upper dead point Stirrer lower dead point NEG NEG NEG NEG 10 msec (DB) 10 msec (DB) 10 msec (DB) 10 msec (DB) Symbol IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5 IN/OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN Application I/O Logic Delay Remarks

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Table 10-3-1 (5/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. APCNT 2-1 $A0 21 MCONT 2 ICJ 14 A1 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol LF LR L1 L2 IN/OUT Application IN Upper dead point IN IN IN Liquid level sensor I/O Logic POS NEG Delay 4 pulse 4 pulse Remarks Limiter for CW direction (DD) Limiter for CCW direction

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1 LF LR L1 L2

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN Power down signal 4 3 Reagent 1 sampling up/down stepping 2 motor 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG

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APCNT 2-2 MCONT 2 ICJ 12 $A2 A3

Limiter for CW direction Limiter for CCW direction Home position NEG 6 pulse

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

Power down signal 4 3 Reagent 1 sampling rotation stepping 2 motor 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG

1-2 Phase excitation

Table 10-3-1 (6/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. APCNT 2-3 $A4 21 MCONT 2 ICJ 11 A5 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol LF LR L1 L2 IN/OUT Application IN Upper dead point IN IN IN Liquid level sensor I/O Logic POS NEG Delay 4 pulse 4 pulse Remarks Limiter for CW direction (DD) Limiter for CCW direction

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1 LF LR L1 L2

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN Power down signal 4 3 Reagent 2 sampling up/down stepping 2 motor 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG 1-2 Phase excitation

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APCNT 2-4 MCONT 2 ICJ 9 $A6 A7

Limiter for CW direction Limiter for CCW direction Home position NEG 6 pulse

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT Power down signal 4 3 Reagent 2 sampling rotation stepping 2 motor 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG 1-2 Phase excitation

Table 10-3-1 (7/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. APCNT 2-5 $A8 21 MCONT 2 A9 22 ICJ 6 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol LF LR L1 L2 IN/OUT Application IN Home position IN IN Count IN I/O Logic NEG NEG Delay 32 pulse 30 pulse Remarks Limiter for CW direction Limiter for CCW direction

POUT DIR HOLD 4 3 2 1 IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN Power down signal 4 3 Reagent 2 disk rotation stepping 2 motor 1 NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG

1-2 Phase excitation

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SMCNT 2-1 MCONT 2 ICJ 7 $AA AB

R1 Syringe upper dead point R2 Syringe upper dead point R1 Pipettor abnormal down R2 Pipettor abnormal down

POS POS NEG NEG

25 msec 25 msec 5 msec 5 msec

(DD) (DD) (DB) (DB)

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

1 2 R1 syringe up/down stepping 3 motor 4 1 2 R2 syringe up/down stepping 3 motor 4

NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG

1-2 Phase excitation

1-2 Phase excitation

Table 10-3-1 (8/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. SMCNT 2-2 $AC 21 MCONT 2 AD 22 ICJ 5 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5 IN/OUT Application IN IN IN IS Syringe upper dead P. (ISE) IN IN IN I/O Logic Delay Remarks

POS

30 msec

(DD)

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5 IREQ 6 IREQ 7 OUT 0 OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

1 2 IS (ISE Opt.) Syringe pulse motor 3 4

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MTCNT 2-1 MCONT 2 ICJ 3 $AE AF

Inc. water circulatory pump Water supply pump Gear pump Vacuum pump

NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG

Table 10-3-1 (9/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. D/O 1 $90 2 H6 5 (MCONT 1) 6 9 12 15 16 19 2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19 2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19 2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19 Symbol D/O 1-0 D/O 1-1 D/O 1-2 D/O 1-3 D/O 1-4 D/O 1-5 D/O 1-6 D/O 1-7 D/O 2-0 D/O 2-1 D/O 2-2 D/O 2-3 D/O 2-4 D/O 2-5 D/O 2-6 D/O 2-7 D/O 3-0 D/O 3-1 D/O 3-2 D/O 3-3 D/O 3-4 D/O 3-5 D/O 3-6 D/O 3-7 D/O 4-0 D/O 4-1 D/O 4-2 D/O 4-3 D/O 4-4 D/O 4-5 D/O 4-6 D/O 4-7 IN/OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT Application SV 1 SV 2 SV 3 SV 4 SV 5 SV 6 SV 10 SV 11 SV 7 SV 8 SV 9 SV 20 SV 21 SV 23 DC motor DC motor I/O Logic Delay S. syringe R1 syringe R2 syringe S. nozzle outside rinsing R1, R2 nozzle outside rinsing Stirrer rod rinsing Incubation bath add water Rinse tip rinsing Cell rinse water supply Distilled water supply Incubation water supply Overflow water aspiration Cell rinse water aspiration Vacuum pressure R1 stirrer rod rotation DC motor R2 stirrer rod rotation DC motor Remarks

D/O 2 H3 (MCONT 1)

$91

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D/O 3 H6 (MCONT 2) $B0 D/O 4 H3 (MCONT 2) $B1

SV 13

Extran supply

SV 22 SV 30, 31, 33 SV 32 A0 A1 A2 Inc. water temp control ON

Vacuum pressure off Overflow water drain Waste solution drain Incubation water drain

MPX select signal for tempamp

Table 10-3-1 (10/12)


IC No. D/I 1 G4 (MCONT 1) Address Pin No. 90 2 4 6 8 11 13 15 17 D/I 2 G4 (MCONT 2) $B0 2 4 6 8 11 13 15 17 Symbol D/I 1-0 D/I 1-1 D/I 1-2 D/I 1-3 D/I 1-4 D/I 1-5 D/I 1-6 D/I 1-7 D/I 2-0 D/I 2-1 D/I 2-2 D/I 2-3 D/I 2-4 D/I 2-5 D/I 2-6 D/I 2-7 IN/OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN Detect breaker ON/OFF Detect fuse OFF Abnormal temp. Abnormal temp. in PMDRIVER 2 1: Breaker ON 1: Fuse Off 1: Normal 1: Normal Application Detect inc. water level Waste solution tank full Vacuum tank water full Detect vacuum pressure Distilled water tank empty Distilled water tank full Cold water tank level Abnormal temp. in PMDRIVER 1 Sample disk ID Abnormal degasser I/O Logic Delay 1: OK 1: Full 1: OK 1: OK 0: Empty 1: Full 1: OK 1: Normal 1: ID = 1 1: Abnormal Remarks

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Table 10-3-1 (11/12)


IC No. D/O 5 (ISE) H6 (ISECONT) Address Pin No. $D0 2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19 D/O 6 H3 (ISECONT) $D1 2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19 D/I 3 G4 (ISECONT) $D0 2 4 6 8 11 13 15 17 Symbol D/O 5-0 D/O 5-1 D/O 5-2 D/O 5-3 D/O 5-4 D/O 5-5 D/O 5-6 D/O 5-7 D/O 6-0 D/O 6-1 D/O 6-2 D/O 6-3 D/O 6-4 D/O 6-5 D/O 6-6 D/O 6-7 D/I 3-0 D/I 3-1 D/I 3-2 D/I 3-3 D/I 3-4 D/I 3-5 D/I 3-6 D/I 3-7 IN/OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN Detection for ISE door open Detection for vacuum nozzle POS NEG (DD) (DB) Bright: Descent of vacuum nozzle SV 52 (AC 100 V SV for draining waste liquid) SV 45 (24 V SV for supplying DIL. solution) SV 46 (24 V SV for supplying IS. solution) SV 53 (24 V SV for draining conc. waste liquid) Application SV 43 (24 V DIL.SYR. SV) SV 51 (24 V SIP.SYR. SV) Sipper pinch valve (24 V) Rotary solenoid for shutter SV 42 (24 V SV for IS.SYR. changing) SV 44 (24 V SV for DIL.SYR. changing) SV 55 (24 V SV for sucking waste solution) I/O Logic Delay Remarks

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Table 10-3-1 (12/12)


IC No. Address Pin No. SMCNT 5 $CA 21 ISECONT CB 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 22 23 24 35 36 37 39 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Symbol IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5 IN/OUT Application IN IN IN SIP. Syringe upper dead point IN DIL. Syringe upper dead point IN IN I/O Logic Delay Remarks

POS POS

30 msec 30 msec

(DD) (DD)

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 IREQ 0 IREQ 1 IREQ 2 IREQ 3 IREQ 4 IREQ 5

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT IN IN IN IN IN IN

Sipper syringe P. motor 1 Sipper syringe P. motor 2 Sipper syringe P. motor 3 Sipper syringe P. motor 4 Dil syringe P. motor 1 Dil syringe P. motor 2 Dil syringe P. motor 3 Dil syringe P. motor 4

NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG NEG

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SMCNT 6 T ISE CON

$CC CD

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT

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Switch Setting

The system interface, etc. of this analyzer are set by switches located on TRIADCP717 printed circuit board (P/N 717-5002) and S. I/F APU printed circuit board (P/N 986-5029). Their functions and setting are described below. (1) Functions and Standard Setting (a) TRIADCP717 PCB (P/N 717-5002) Table 10-4-1
Standard Setting OFF With ISE With ID For vacutainer QC X-R Without QC range plot Without concentration function. Without LIN 8 check OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF S. NO > 1000 OFF OFF OFF Not used (turn off) Not used (turn off) OFF OFF OFF Alarm release Communication trace off Without system I/F With rerun test inquiry With routine and rerun test inquiry Communication trace on With system I/F Without rerun test inquiry Without routine and rerun test inquiry OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF

OFF DIP SW1 SW0 SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6 SW7 DIP SW2 SW8 SW9 SW10 SW11 SW12 SW13 SW14 SW15 Toggle switch SW17 SW18 SW19 SW20 Not used (turn off) Without ISE Without ID For sample cup QC <??27>-R With QC range plot With concentration function. With LIN 8 check Not used (turn off) S. NO <??28> 1000

ON

(b)

S. I/F APU PCB (P/N 986-5029) 1) SW3: System interface setting 1 Table 10-4-2
OFF SW3-1 SW3-2 SW3-3 SW3-4 RS-232C Current loop CTS logic (fixed at on) Current loop RTS logic (fixed at on) Current loop Rx, Tx logic (fixed at on) ON Current loop Standard Setting ON ON ON ON

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2)

SW5: System interface setting 2 Table 10-4-3


SW5-6 ON OFF SW5-7 OFF ON SW5-8 OFF OFF Baud Rate 4800 bps 2400 bps

SW5-1 to SW5-5 are set to off (fixed). Standard setting is 2400 bps. (2) Setting when Adding Accessories (a) System Interface (standard provided) When using a system interface, turn on SW18 of TRIADCP717 PCB. Set SW17, SW19 and SW20 according to the method of use referring to (1). For details of functions, refer to the section on system interface. When using RS-232C, turn off SW3-1 of S. I/F APU PCB. When setting the baud rate to 4800 bps, set SW5 on S. I/F APU PCB referring to (1). ISE Accessory When using ISE accessory, turn on SW1 of DIP SW1. Sample ID Accessory When using a sample ID accessory, turn on SW2 and SW3 of DIP SW1 on TRIADCP717 PCB.

(b)

(c)

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